Michio Saze

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An ulnar recurrent adipofascial flap was raised and turned over to reconstruct massive defects around the elbow and forearm after wide resection of malignant tumours. Compared to the fasciocutaneous flap, the ulnar recurrent adipofascial flap has the following advantages: (1) a larger flap can be harvested without the problem of primary closure of the donor(More)
The effective approach of the reverse digital artery flap for reconstruction of the distal phalanges, fingertips, and finger pulp is used widely in a clinical setting. However, the most potential problem is that digital artery flap donor sites cannot be closed primarily. We have used distally based dorsal metacarpal flaps to cover secondary digital artery(More)
The lateral thigh fasciocutaneous flap described by Maruyama et al in 1984 is a useful method for the repair of ischial and trochanteric defects. We clinically re-evaluated the potential vascular territory of the nutrient artery for this flap, i.e., the first profunda perforator, and have newly designed the postero-lateral thigh V-Y flap in the area(More)
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